We all, all of us, everyone in the world, know that Emma Watson left Brown to concentrate on acting and modeling and making millions of dollars. You didn’t know that? Weird. Well, she claimed that she simply didn’t have enough time on her hands to fully devote herself to her studies. That makes sense…OR DOES IT??? According to The Daily Mail, Emma left Brown because she was being mercilessly bullied by her classmates.
The actress, who plays Hermione Granger in the franchise, would answer questions in class at Brown University only to find her fellow students would make wisecracks.
A source said: ‘[They] would respond with a quote from Harry Potter.
‘The most popular choice was “Three points for Gryffindor!”‘
Oh. My. God. In the world we live in, which contains horrific, legitimately terrible bullying, I would never tell someone to be better at bullying. But is it OK to tell someone to be less dorky at bullying? Harry Potter quotes? Really, Brown students? I also doubt that when the class nerd quotes Harry Potter, it affects Emma Watson in a way that actual bullying affects someone. I am sure that she’s sick of it. If anything, she left Brown because her classmates were annoying and they just couldn’t play it cool. Your bad, Brown students. You could have been hobnobbing with Daniel Radcliffe, or better yet, Rupert Grint. Grint! Instead, your future is bleak. Sure, you have an Ivy League diploma, but everything that lies before you remains Watson-less. Dorks.